From the Buffalo News: Evidence that Harriet Tubman used a suspension bridge that once spanned the Niagara River has been around for 139 years. In her own words, Tubman described one of her journeys through Niagara Falls to biographer Sarah Hopkins Bradford. It was Tubman’s seventh or eighth trek from Maryland to Canada to bring [...]
From the Milton Canadian Champion: A new international festival that showcased the sights, sounds, tastes, and experiences from different countries to Niagara Falls locals and tourists was a complete success, said Niagara Parks Commission chairman Jim Williams. “It was absolutely a success. We had tourists and locals who really enjoyed the festival.” The parks commission [...]
From the Juneau (Alaska) Empire: We had no trouble finding the Sheridan Fallsview Hotel; it sat on top of a cliff above the Canadian falls. The Ryens and Tina insisted that we ask for a falls side room. Our falls side room was on the 19th floor and had floor to ceiling windows that at [...]
Last Wednesday I received the latest newsletter from the Radisson Hotel & Suites Fallsview. You can sign up for their newsletter on their web site.
Someone with their own website posted an old picture of her family in one of those “going over the falls in a barrel” sets: This was my first trip to Niagara Falls. This photo booth was on Clifton Hill and was set up as this creepy plastic half barrel, that you stood behind and pretended [...]